Camargo-Corrales was stopped on Interstate 70 in a silver BMW Wednesday morning close to the ritzy ski space of Vail, Colorado after an Eagle County sheriff’s deputy noticed the automotive dashing and drifting lanes, in response to the arrest affidavit.
Camargo-Corrales was driving with two different passengers, who had been additionally interviewed however police stated weren’t conscious of the drugs. They stated they had been driving to Denver from Phoenix however gave totally different accounts of the journey.
Camargo-Corrales advised police he was going to Denver to show a youngsters baseball clinic and claimed there have been no drugs as a result of he stated he adopted the Chicago Cubs’ anti-doping coverage.
But police stated a Okay-9 named Zane alerted authorities to the automotive’s rear wheel nicely and the again seat and Camargo-Corrales gave permission to a police search of the automobile.
Officers then discovered a white bag with cologne and $1,000 held by a rubber band. In the trunk, a Chicago Cubs duffel bag that Camargo-Corrales stated was his held baseball gloves and cleats, in addition to a number of packages wrapped in white plastic marked “CO” and two packages wrapped in inexperienced plastic, in response to the affidavit.
Police stated Camargo-Corrales agreed to be interviewed and claimed a good friend in Sinaloa, Mexico — the place the infamous Sinaloa Cartel relies — supplied him $500 to ship the duffel bag to Denver. Camargo-Corrales, who can be from Sinaloa, stated that he thought the bag had contained footwear or clothes, but additionally indicated he knew there have been drugs inside.